This beautifully converted barn is located on a secluded private development on the edge of the rural village of Brampton. The spacious accommodation is finished to a high specification, has many charming character features and a duck pond in the rear garden.
Approached via a private courtyard, the main accommodation comprises: Conservatory, hallway, large sitting/dining room with wood burner, high specification fitted kitchen, three bedrooms, master with en-suite, further shower room and over-sized garage.
Outside at the rear, a mature garden overlooks a natural pond that encourages flora and fauna. Established trees and shrubs extend to the end of the garden which is access via a timber bridge over the pond.
Brampton is located approximately 5 miles south of market town of Beccles, 6 miles north west of the stunning coastal village of Southwold and 6 miles North of Halesworth. Although Brampton has few amenities, the hamlet does benefit from Brampton vc primary school that is currently 'Good' rated by Ofsted less than 1 mile away and Stoven Hall Veterinary and Rehabilitation Centre. Brampton also has it's own rail station which is on a mainline to London Liverpool Street.
Beccles town is made up of small market squares and winding streets nestled by the River Waveney with fantastic views of the Southern Broads. The town centre provides a blend of quirky, independent shops, restaurants, cafes and other services that make it a highly desirable place to live.
Halesworth benefits from a good range of shops, many independently owned, selling everyday items plus local meats, food and produce, clothing, gifts, wholefoods, electricals, antiques, fruit and veg, books, carpet.. Travel links are good. Halesworth railway station is on the East Suffolk line with connections to Norwich and London Liverpool Street. The town also benefits from The Cut which is a centre for arts in the community and offers music, theatre, dance, comedy, cinema, workshops and art exhibitions to the local area.
With its sandy beach and beach hut-lined promenade, Southwold offers a wonderful environment for holidays and weekends away, as well as a thriving market town atmosphere. Situated just off the A12 between Aldeburgh and Lowestoft, Southwold is the perfect destination for young and old, families and couples. Food and drink are an integral part of Southwold with the town being home to the famous Adnams brewery.
The enclosed courtyard serves as both the primary entrance for the property and also as a secluded space to relax and entertain. Blockwork paving, narrow borders planted with established Camelia and Honeysuckle.
Of uPVC and brick base construction with glazing on two aspects and glass self cleaning roof. Radiator, tiled flooring, double doors to side, hard wood door to:
Tiled flooring, radiator, cloaks cupboard, airing cupboard, high level window with feature stained glass, loft access hatch.
Fantastic spacious room with large wood burner inset into exposed brick fireplace and chimney breast. Exposed timber beams, two radiators, solid oak flooring, window to front, double doors to rear garden, opens to:
Fitted carpet, radiator, window overlooking rear garden, mirrored wardrobe with sliding doors.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall mounted and base units with square edge work surface over. Inset sink with drainer and mixer tap. Space for American style fridge-freezer and dishwasher. Integral; high level oven, microwave and hob with extractor over. Tiled back splash, tiled flooring, heated towel rail, window to side.
Four piece white suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and walk-in shower enclosure with rain head shower attachment. Tiled flooring, tiled back splash, heated towel rail, shaver light, extractor fan, light well.
Fitted carpet, radiator, window to side.
Fitted carpet, radiator, window to side, door to:
Three piece white suite comprising; low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and p-shape panel bath with 'Aqualisa' electric shower over and glass shower screen. Tiled flooring, heated towel rail, window to side, extractor fan.
Double timber doors to front, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, mezzanine storage level, wall mounted Worcester central heating boiler, lighting and power.
A large patio is situated directly outside the sitting room doors and is ideal for enjoying the secluded rear garden with views over the pond. A generous lawn extends down to the natural pond with a timber bridge located to one side. The far end of the garden has pedestrian rear access via a gate and is planted with mature Willow and Laurel further enhancing the tranquillity of this lovely space.
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